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Pedestrian struck after 2 cars collide at intersection on UW-Milwaukee campus

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MILWAUKEE -- Two University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee students were hospitalized after an incident that happened near the intersection of Maryland and Kenwood on Monday afternoon, May 7.

Officials say around 3 p.m., a westbound car on Kenwood went through a red light, colliding with a vehicle headed southbound on Maryland Ave. After the collision, the westbound vehicle continued through the intersection and struck a pedestrian in the crosswalk.

Police are investigating the possibility of a medical event being the cause of the initial accident. Alcohol or drugs are not believed to be involved.

Incident at Maryland and Kenwood, Milwaukee

The pedestrian and the driver of the westbound vehicle were taken to a hospital. The driver of the southbound vehicle suffered minor injuries -- but was not taken to the hospital. All three persons are UWM students.

Officials say none of the injuries is believed to be life-threatening.

Incident at Maryland and Kenwood, Milwaukee

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